This project aimed at contributing to the identification of realistic camp improvement programs in the Ein El-Hilweh camp for Palestinian refugees in southern Lebanon. The project made use of both qualitative and quantitative research methods to assess the livelihoods of the refugee camp population. Community participation was a crucial aspect of the assessment. Data were collected in 2007.
The project was a collaboration between UNRWA and Fafo and was financed by a grant from the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.